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The teachings of Maitreya and Krishnamurti -- a comparison

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Mon, 07 Dec 2009 #1
Thumb_new_pics Toni Lorenzo United States 3 posts in this forum Offline

The teachings of Maitreya
and Krishnamurti -- a comparison
by Bette Stockbauer

An esoteric comparison of ideas and teachings on silence, inner space, self-awareness, honesty, sincerity and detachment.

A super read!

Self awareness/choiceless awareness

quote:
"Awareness is the mother of creation ... Awareness can never be divided, nor imposed ... Awareness can only be experienced." (SI-6/89,6)

http://www.shareintl.org/archives/Krishnamurti/...

There is nothing so powerful as the truth, and nothing so strange. ? Daniel Webster (1782-1852)

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Sat, 26 Dec 2009 #2
Thumb_tampura ganesan balachandran India 63 posts in this forum Offline

Krishnamurty modified the phrase to say, ancestry of man to ancestry of insight for a work on the teachings of Maitreya.
The last talks xi

We are watching, not waiting, not expecting anything to happen but watching without end. JK

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Sat, 26 Dec 2009 #3
Thumb_patricia_may_2014_-_2_reduced Patricia Hemingway Australia 30 posts in this forum Offline

ganesan balachandran wrote:
Krishnamurty modified the phrase to say, ancestry of man to ancestry of insight for a work on the teachings of Maitreya. The last talks xi

Pardon? Where does K refer to Maitreya in the last talks, pray tell? Are you being a little misleading here? "Ancestry of insight"? Perhaps a direct quote would be far more applicable than some vague desirous interpretation.

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